In Iowa, a truck driver plowed into a group of protesters. In Los Angeles, a cop shoved a journalist. In Mississippi, men harassed volunteers at an abortion clinic.
The bill comes about a month after a gunman killed 19 children and two adults at a school in Uvalde, Texas.
But she does believe "children should be trained with firearms," Greene said at a House Rules Committee meeting.
“For them, the dam has burst,” she said of the justices. “What do you see in their behavior that would give you any reason to believe that they see a reason to stop?”
Federal and state government officials and judges are “probably most at risk," along with those at protests and reproductive health care facilities, warns DHS.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas argued that same-sex marriages don't merit federal protection. His own marriage, however, could also be at risk.
A victim told HuffPost that the agitated driver careened into protesters on purpose in downtown Cedar Rapids. At least one person was hospitalized.
Brooks sought preemptive "all-purpose" pardons for Republicans who challenged the results of the 2020 election, CBS's Robert Costa reported.
“They are going to pay for their mistresses to get abortions,” one woman said of the men on the court. “We won’t be able to do that.”